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The Third Rail Review
Someone has the city of Chicago under siege and private investigator Michael Kelly finds himself in the middle of the action. When his girlfriend disappears, Michael amps up his search as the killings continue to take their toll.
Book of Nathan Review
When the manager of a New jersey homeless shelter heads to Orlando with a carload of quirky riders to try to save a mentally challenged shelter resident from a murder conviction, hilarity ensues.
Justice in June Review
Miami criminal defense lawyer Mary Magruder Katz finds herself caught up in three different cases in this worthy follow-up to Fatal February.
Dead Man of the Year Review
Ad man Brian Durston is headed for a partnership in his uncle's successful advertising agency until he finds his uncle dead of an apparent suicide. Brian thinks otherwise and sets out to prove it was murder before Brian's shares revert back to the surviving partners, and Brian is out of a job.
A Conversation with Lynda La Plante
Lynda La Plante's thirteen international bestsellers include the Prime Suspect series and the Anna Travis Mystery series. Here in a conversation with Ms. La Plante you will find inside information regarding DI Anna Travis. Included is sage advice to aspiring writers.
Silent Scream Review
When a hot, young British film star is murdered in her home, Anna Travis and the rest of the team must sort through a myriad of famous lovers, jealous ex-roommates, and a corrupt agent to find the truth behind the brutal slaying.
The Case of the Missing Servant Review
Vish Puri, India's Most Private Investigator, deftly solves several cases with the help of his eclectic undercover staff in this debut international mystery.
When Stanford grad student Jason Lind joins a simulation role-playing website based on Renaissance Florence, he stumbles into an addictive online power game that soon spills over into real life with potentially deadly results.
Michael R. Stevens - Author Interview
In a recent interview, Fortuna author Michael R. Stevens shared his thoughts on the attraction and danger of online role playing, and how he came to write his first novel on such a controversial topic.
Roast Mortem Review
When a number of New York neighborhood coffee houses are torched, investigators do not believe the fires are related. Clare Cosi, manager of the Village Blend, believes otherwise and begins her own investigation.
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